Leesburg man charged with espionage; 12 NoVA companies named Best Workplaces in the country

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Monday, June 26.

A Leesburg man who reportedly gave top-secret documents to China has been charged with espionage.
(Loudoun Times-Mirror)

Twelve Northern Virginia companies were named to Inc. Magazine‘s 50 Best Workplaces of 2017 list.
(Inc.)

White nationalist Richard Spencer, who lives in Alexandria, lead a Rally for Free Speech at the Lincoln Memorial. Counterprotesters also gathered, calling Spencer’s rally a venue for hate speech. There were no arrests.
(The Washington Post)

The head football coach at Madison High School in Vienna was killed when he was struck by a box truck on a median on the Beltway.
(ABC 7 News)

A 2-year-old girl is dead after she was found unconscious in a residential pool in Sterling. A 2-year-old boy is in critical condition.
(Fauquier Times)

Traveling by plane this summer? Here are some tips for flying in and out of Reagan National and Dulles International.
(ARLnow)

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